Extraordinary expenses for the purposes of calculating child support

The most readily accepted extraordinary expense for calculating child support is the cost of child care.

Other common extraordinary expenses are summer camp, sports, dance and music lessons, swimming lessons, medical related expenses not covered by OHIP or benefit packages either parent may have, special education expenses such as tutoring or technological equipment a child requires and orthodontal work.

To learn more, read our FAQ on extraordinary expenses and child support.

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